Covid-19 Protection Products
Covid-19 has changed our world in ways that we never expected, from classes and tests to movie releases and family reunions, everything has gone online. At this point, Covid seems like it isn't going anywhere and the chances of a return to the normal are slim.
Ever since the second wave hit us, we have been hearing some words and names like Blood oxygen saturation levels, Pulse oximeters, Incentive Spirometers which the public wasn't previously accustomed to hearing. In this article, we will be taking you through some popular Covid products and their uses.
The pulse oximeter is a device used to measure the blood oxygen saturation levels(SpO2) using a non-invasive technique. The most common type of pulse oximeters available are fingertip pulse oximeters, these devices attach painlessly to the fingertips and send beams of light through the finger and use the feedback to measure oxygen saturation levels in your body.
Blood oxygen saturation level deals with the extent to which hemoglobin is saturated with oxygen. An SpO2 level greater than 95% is considered safe in most cases.
- Measure the blood oxygen saturation level in your body and the pulse rate.
For ages, taking steam is considered to be a remedy for cold, congestion, or any respiratory. A vaporizer or steamer heats and boils water into steam which you can breathe to gain relief.
Provides relief from congestion, allergies, sore throat, or cold.
Opens clogged skin pores and reduces the growth of acne.
Incentive Spirometer/ Deep breathing exerciser
An incentive spirometer also known as a deep breathing exerciser is a handheld device used to strengthen the lungs. Usually prescribed to patients recovering from surgeries or prolonged chronic illnesses.
Breathing with a spirometer ensures that your lungs expand to their full capacity and can break up any fluid in the lungs.
Increases lung capacity.
In patients suffering from pneumonia, it helps break up the fluid in the lungs.
Lower the chance of respiratory infections